Most people get online for work over the holiday break – 30% several times a day
New data shows that good work-from-home cybersecurity habits have never been a more relevant topic than right now, in the 2019 holiday season.
Some 95% of U.S. knowledge workers want to work remotely, and 74% would be willing to quit a job to do so, according to a new Harris poll of nearly 1,200 U.S. knowledge workers. Most people (53%) get online for work over the holiday break – 30% several times a day, according to a LinkedIn poll.
Most people get online for work over the holiday break – 30% several times a day,
Here are nine things for you and your staff to keep in mind about working remotely over the next few months:
Getting ready for remote holiday work can save you anxiety later on. “Working from home or while traveling during the hectic holidays can be very distracting. Doing a little cybersecurity preparation can give you the gift of peace of mind,” said Avast Cybersecurity Evangelist Jasdev Dhaliwal.
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